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May 2019

Radically Painted, APHA Bay Overo Mare

Horse of the month for April 2019
Photo Courtesy: https://nelsonperformancehorses.com/mares

Radically Painted sired by Radicalized with show records of 3 Time World Champion & 5-Time Reserve World Champion. And, dam by Eternal Norfleet APHA Champion and Superior Halter and Western Pleasure.

Radically Painted is terrific example of a bay Overo mare. Her accomplishment are many: 2017 Reserve World Champion Youth 14-18 Trail, 2017 Reserve World Champion Youth 14-18 Western Horsemanship, 2016 World Champion Youth 14-18 Western Horsemanship, 2016 World Champion Youth 14-18 Western Pleasure, 2015 Reserve World Champion Youth 14-18 Hunter Under Saddle, 2014 Reserve World Champion Green Western Riding, and 2013 World Champion Green Trail.

Horse of the month for March 2019
Photo Courtesy: https://nelsonperformancehorses.com/mares


April 2019

Salernitano

An old breed of horse called Salernitano, or Salerno is an endangered breed and comes from a province of Salerno in southern Italy.

Horse of the month for April 2019
Photo Courtesy: http://livestockpedia.com/horses/salernitano/

There were no formal breeding programs until 1780’s. At that time they began a selective breeding program at the Persano Stud, with a combination of the local stock and Lipizzans, Andalusians and Neapolitans. Starting in the early nineteenth century, Thoroughbred blood was introduced.
And, in the 1970’s a conservation program was created.

It is well-proportioned, with strong legs and has a good disposition. Stands 16 to 17 hands and color is usually chestnut, bay, black and grey.

The Salernitano played a big part as a military horse, however in the 1920’s it became principally a sport horse. A famous Salernitano horse, Posillipo took the gold at the 1960 Summer Olympics.

Horse of the month for March 2019
Photo Courtesy: http://www.horsebreedspictures.com/salerno-horse.asp


March 2019

"Spot My Blue Boy"
2007 Bay Leopard Appaloosa Stallion

Horse of the month for March 2019
Photo Courtesy: https://chepotafarm.com/horse.asp?Id=838&n=Spot-My-Blue-Boy

An excellent example of a bay leopard appaloosa stallion is Spot My Blue Boy/
“Domino”, who stands at 16.3 hands – HYPP N/N. This stallion offers an outstanding pedigree, brilliant coloring and an impressive show record.

Named 2012 World’s Best Appaloosa, Spot My Blue Boy has achived 6 World Championships, 5 National Championships and 4 Reserve World Championships. His offspring continue his legacy, winning several World and National titles of their own.

Horse of the month for March 2019
Photo Courtesy: https://chepotafarm.com/horse.asp?Id=838&n=Spot-My-Blue-Boy

Rebecca Hogan is the owner of Spot My Blue Boy and Chepota Farm in North Texas,
a Appaloosa breeding business.


February 2019

"Khemosabi"

Horse of the month for February 2019

The super Arabian horse, Khemosabi, is a great example of the purebred Arabian horse.
The stallion lived out to 34 very productive years. To get an idea of the horse’s ability to woo all who saw him, look at the short clip on Youtube titled “One More Day with Khemosabi” and you can get an idea, (The clip is only 3:45 long -
Click Here to view)


January 2019

“SHE PHLOATS ON AIR"

Horse of the month for April 2018
(Photograph provided by Rick Osteen & Ms. LaRoussa)

To start off our New Year horse-wise is the American Saddlebred mare, “SHE PHLOATS ON AIR.” NAES was asked several years ago to appraise this super horse for her owner, Ms. Alison LaRoussa of Deer Park, Illinois.

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